What a pleasant surprise for those adventurers who have tried this new establishment, run by a French-Cuban couple. Its fans will talk at length about the excellent crossover cuisine, and its constant dialogue between Cuba and Latin America. Made using fresh local ingredients, the food here will reawaken your palate and keep it aloft with delicious cocktails, and why not a cigar (Cuban, of course!) at the end of the meal (evening only).
Brochette of chicken and chorizo caramelized with honey.
Effiloché de bœuf (“pulled” beef) in a lime and cumin beef jus.
White chocolate mousse, suprême d’orange marinated in aged Cuban rum and candied citrus zest.